Non domain Win11 (22H2) unable to map print queue from joined domain print server.

exploda 11 Reputation points
2022-11-09T05:10:30.267+00:00

Hi all,

Thank you for the continuous support.

Below is our test environment:

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I was prompted to enter credential when trying to map a print queue from non domain Windows 11 (22H2) to a joined domain print server.

Upon entering the credential, the warning pop up appeared:

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And when I click on [Yes], it will continue to repeat the same warning message causing me unable to map the print queue.

We tested some of the remedy post on the web but none of them is able to resolve this issue.

https://www.kapilarya.com/the-credentials-supplied-are-not-sufficient-to-access-this-printer-windows-10

https://sastechvision.in/the-credentials-supplied-are-not-suffcient-to-access-this-printer/

Please advise if there any solution toward the issue I am facing.

Regards,

Windows Server Printing
Windows Server Printing
Windows Server: A family of Microsoft server operating systems that support enterprise-level management, data storage, applications, and communications.Printing: Printer centralized deployment and management, scan and fax resources management, and document services
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  1. Alan Morris 1,156 Reputation points
    2022-11-22T14:05:35.393+00:00

    Do you have to use a traditional connection due to the permissions issue?

    If you just need to get some print data to shared printers on the server, I suggest using the LPD service for this task.

    Let me know and I will dig up one of my previous posts on this solution.

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